Brush up on nutrition research skills, understanding of existing research and recommendations with this extensive and detailed course.
Over half of Americans have one or more preventable chronic diseases that are often are linked to poor nutrition and inactivity. While this book is written for nutrition and health science students, it is also intended for anyone currently involved in nutrition research or for those who are interested in developing a research project in the future. It is also applicable to clinicians to help them understand the basis of existing nutrition research and recommendations. The book is divided into six sections and guides the clinician though the nutrition assessment process including counseling and health coaching styles.
The course is a valuable resource for RDNs and clinicians interested in learning how to acquire the skills to identify nutrition problems, develop research questions and study hypotheses, design nutrition interventions, and communicate evidence-based nutrition information to patients. The case studies and learning portfolio at the end of each chapter provide an interactive learning environment. The reader is encouraged to review the learning portfolio included in the book to enhance their understanding of the material prior to completing the CPE exam.
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